Brent and Rob explore the work of composer Mari Yamaguchi in the 8th episode of The Legacy Music Hour. They present music from Breath of Fire, U.N. Squadron, Super Ghouls n' Ghosts, and more. They also welcome a call-in guest, Joe Schwebke, who provides further insight into Mari's unique style. Topics: nes, capcom, genesis, famicom
In this episode of The Legacy Music Hour, Brent and Rob present a composer focus on Junko Tamiya. They explored her music across several games and analyzed her style (and various styles). Topics: nes, capcom, genesis, famicom
This is an official Super Famicom development manual, scanned and organized by Megaboys. An additional Megaboys register reference is provided as well. Topics: snes, super famicom, nintendo, megaboys, development, dev, snes, famicom
Mahjong based video games is the topic of Episode 122. Super obscure titles, yet still very fruitful. Tons of games in this category and they're all Japanese only releases. Real good music too. Topics: famicom, super famicom, mega drive, vgm, video game music, mahjong
Gundam is a huge toy/anime franchise in Japan about giant battle robots. And because it's so big (the franchise), there were tons of Gundam based video games. Episode 125 focuses on those games. The boys pick some fun tracks and talk about C&C Music Factory. More like B&R Music Factory though, right? Or maybe B&F Music Factory. Topics: famicom, super famicom, vgm, video game music, gundam
Brent and Rob present a plethora of tracks from the Mega Man franchise in the 12th episode of the Legacy Music Hour. The also take part in "Mame That Chune," a new segment which was introduced in the Lost Level (Episode 11). Episode 12 is extra long to make up for the absence of last week's episode, so enjoy! Topics: nes, capcom, mega man, famicom
Individual level speed runs of every level in Punch-Out!! for NES. Available in 3 versions: low quality, normal quality, and high quality. Includes some older times. Topics: punch out, punchout, nes, famicom
1998 is the topic of Episode 136. The Game Boy was going real strong during this time, the only console that was significantly active during the 16-bit era (which was reaching it's end). There were a few titles coming out for other systems, but this episode ends up being almost entirely a Game Boy focus. Brent and Rob pick tracks from games released in 1998 and talk about other things going on in the world that year. Brent also meets a new friend. Topics: game boy, super famicom, 1998
Motoaki Takenouchi, best known for his work with the Shining Force series, is an amazing composer. Very sophisticate, progressive compositions, he really takes video game music to the next level. Episode 132 is a focus on him, though some of his best work as already been played on previous episodes, so check those episodes out if you want to hear more of him. Topics: game gear, sega genesis, mega drive, famicom, game boy, super famicom, snes, vgm, motoaki...
Publication: http://tasvideos.org/1381M.html If what was done with this movie was possible in real life, economies everywhere would crash. The author abuses an oversight in the game that could cause an item to be sold more then it costs, this oversight only exists in the Japanese version. Topics: Ghostbusters, TAS, NES, Famicom, Tool, Assisted, Speedrun
WiiGuy is back! Mike and Ed had so much fun hanging out with the NES soundtrack fanatic and retro gaming YouTuber last time that they've invited him to do another episode. Today's topic is Famicom games which haven't been released outside of Japan, because there are a TON of fantastic soundtracks that never made their way to the west. You'll hear some amazing tunes from Konami, Sunsoft, Namco, Natsume, and more! Check out WiiGuy's soundtrack uploads here , and watch his game review series here ! Topics: famicom, podcast, vgm, konami, natsume, sunsoft, namco
http://matotree.com/localization/smb/ This aired in 1985 in Japan. I added some simple English translations to it for reference. Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T9iGuePCobo Uploader: matotree Upload date: 2011-09-11 Topics: Youtube, video, Gaming, super, mario, commercial, famicom
Fred Hebert is back! The Rev's first day on the Job as American Kacho and Fred makes it quite hard for him as the Rev plays Famicom classics to get his Dreamcast shit back. Famicom Classics covered include Tag Team Pro Wrestling Baseball Stars 2 Mr Gimmick Rainbow islands Shooting Carnival 92 Recca Windows 98 Fami Cocoron Magical Doropie Hi no Tori: Gao no Bouken Panic Resturant Vice Project Doom Nazo no Murasamejou VS Excitebike The Forbidden Tetris Plus More from Arino-San The Smitty Trilogy... Topic: Retrocade Fantasia Famicom NES classic games
For Episode 59, Brent and Rob revisit the focus of Episode 5: Square (and Squaresoft). Basically, it's Square 2, which makes it look like it could be called Square Squared, thus the title of the episode. This time, Brent and Rob delve into lesser known Square titles, mostly stuff that was only released in Japan, and in turn, discover some wonderful gems. Topics: nes, snes, nintendo, super nintendo, vgm, video game music, famicom, super famicom, square
For Episode 128, Brent and Rob focus only on titles which were released the same year their respective consoles were released, exploring the way composers approached working with new hardware. And, they do it chronologically, so you can hear the technological progress over the years. Topics: famicom, super famicom, pc engine, mega drive, vgm, video game music
For more details, see http://tasvideos.org/11M.html This TAS saves 47 frames (0.78 seconds) over the previous one by Michael F. Improvements come mostly from more wall-jumping. Topics: FDS, Nintendo, Famicom, Famicom Disk System, TAS, Tool-assisted, Speedrun, Mario, Super Mario, Lost...
Brent and Rob explore music from games only released in Japan (during the 8-bit and 16-bit era). The spirit of Milli Vanilli also makes an appearance to embrace this music from the Land of the Rising Sun. Topics: famicom, super famicom, mega drive, nes, snes, genesis, sega, nintendo, super nintendo, vgm, video...
Brent and Rob take another look at the legendary company Konami, originally focused on in Episode 23, but this time digging much deeper in to the Konami library and discovering their more obscure titles such as Mouryou Senki Madara, Wai Wai World, and Gradius. Just kidding on that last one. Great, great music in this episode. Konami is one of the best companies to explore when it comes to video game music. Find out why on Episode 88 of the Legacy Music Hour. Topics: nes, snes, nintendo, super nintendo, famicom, super famicom, vgm, video game music, konami, ultra
The third episode of Chrontendo, a series dedicated to playing every game released for the Famicom/NES. Contains footage and commentary on 15 games released for the Famicom between February and June of 1985. Exerion Galaga Raid on Bungeling Bay Formation Z Soccer Space Invaders Championship Lode Runner Yie Ar Kung Fu Antarctic Adventure Ninja Kun Chack'n Pop Dig Dug Flappy Wrecking Crew Spartan X (aka Kung Fu) Topics: video game, video game review, nintendo, chrontendo, chronogaming, famicom, NES
Instructional manga included with Super Famicom game copier. The device I own that the manual came with is called the Supercom Partner 32M Turbo and is more commonly known online by that name. Topics: super famicom, videogames, piracy, copier, floppy, manga, instructions, supercom
The homepage of this tool-assisted speedrun is http://TASvideos.org/ Encoded by sgrunt For details, visit http://tasvideos.org/2563S.html Topics: tas, tasvideos, super nintendo, snes, super famicom, sfc
The sixth episode of Chrontendo, a series dedicated to playing every game released for the Famicom/NES. This episode we take a look at the 15 games released between November and December 1985. The games covered are: BurgerTime Ikki Portopia Renzoku Satsujin Jiken Karateka Lunar Ball Star Luster Volguard II Spelunker Choujikuu Yousai Macross 1942 Dough Boy Galg Bokosuka Wars Obake no Q Tarou: Wan Wan Panic/Chubby Cherub Thexder Topics: video game, video game review, nintendo, chrontendo, chronogaming, famicom, NES